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Apple Desktop Computers Update 



Information About Apple's New Desktop Computers 



Enhancements to the 
PowerMacintosh Line 



The Apple' 8 PowerMacintosh* computers described in this update 
represent improvements over previous Power Macintosh models 
in four key areas: 

• Performance and value. These systems feature faster pro- 
cessors than those in the previous iterations— in some cases, quite 
significantly faster. In addition, nearly all configurations now come 
with level 2 cache. Finally, most Power Macintosh models come 
with larger-capacity hard disk drives. 

• System software stability and compatibility. The new 

Power Macintosh computers -the 7200/120, 7600/120, 8500/132, 
8500/150, and 9500/1 50-all run version 7,5.3 of the Mac™ OS, 
which improves system stability and compatibility, as well as offer- 
ing performance enhancements and other system advancements, 

• Upgrade capabilities. The Power Macintosh 7500, 7600, 8500, 
and 9500 series systems have an advanced modular design that 
allows them to be upgraded to faster processors (up to 200 
megahertz, as higher-speed processors become available). 
Processor upgrade cards are now available in two versions: one 
with a 120-megahertz PowerPC" 1 604 processor, and one with a 
132-megahertz PowerPC 604. 

In addition, there are two new logic board upgrades: one that gives 
Power Macintosh 7200 series systems the capabilities of a Power 
Macintosh 7600 (including processor upgradability), and one that 
transforms a Macintosh Quadra® 800 or 8404V or Power Macintosh 
8100 series computer into a PowerMacintosh 8500 series system 

• Additional features. All Power Macintosh computers now come 
with Internet access software. And when users install a PC Compat- 
ibility Card from Apple in one of these systems, they can connect 
both die card and the Power Macintosh to a network simultaneously. 



April 1996 



For Sales Personnel Only 



Power Macintosh 7200/120 







Product Description 

The PowerMacintosh 7200/120 combines affordability with high 
performance to provide an ideal system for small and medium-size 
businesses, for home offices, and for running productivity appli- 
cations in organizations of any size. It features a 120-megahertz 
PowerPC 601 processor, 8MB or 16MB of RAM expandable to 
256MB, a 1.2GB internal hard disk drive, and an internal quadruple- 
speed CD-ROM drive. For expansion and connectivity, it provides 
a 3 -5-inch internal expansion bay lor an additional storage device, 
three Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) expansion slots 
(which can accommodate either of Apple's PC Compatibility Carets), 
built-in Ethernet networking pons (10BASE-T and AAUI-15). a high- 
speed internal and external SCSI bus, two high-speed GeoPort®- 
compatible serial ports, an Apple Desktop Bus™ (ADB) port, and 
16-bit stereo sound-input/output ports. Its video RAM-based accel- 
erated graphics support (1MB of video RAM is standard, expand- 
able to 4MB) enables it to display up to 24-bit color at 1,024- by 
768-pixel resolution. The Power Macintosh 7200/120 runs version 
7.5,3 of the Mac OS, which features a number of performance 
enhancements, as well as improved reliability, and it comes with 
all the software required for Internet access. 

Positioning 

The PowerMacintosh 7200/120 offers affordable performance and 
productivity. This system is designed to provide the high perfor- 
mance of PowerPC technology and the expansion capabilities of PCI 
slots— including the ability to configure the computer to run 
MS-DOS or Windows by installing a PC Compatibility Card— all at an 
attractive price. 

Key Selling Points 

■ High performance. The Power xMacintosh 7200/120 features 
the performance of the RISC-based PowerPC 601 processor, 
running at 120 megahertz, which gives customers the power they 
need to handle any productivity task, as well as more computation- 
intensive tasks such as publishing or technical work. Most 
configurations include a 256K level 2 cache. 



• Expandability. Willi its three PCI slots, the Power Macintosh 
7200/120 can be expanded in any number of ways— for example, 
by adding a PC Compatibility Card, a graphics accelerator card, a 
lasi networking card, or a yideo-in card— letting customers 
customize i heir systems to suit their needs. 

• Networking and connectivity. The PowerMacintosh 
7200/120 comes with two high-speed serial ports and built-in 
Ethernet (10BASE-T and AAUI-15). li also features Open Transport 
software, which makes il easy t< > C( infigure (he system f< )i" nctwi >rk- 
ing; and GeoPon lax and telephony software, which provides a 
high-fidelity, full-duplex speakerphone and digital answering 
machine, as well as flexible computer-based fax capabilities 
(requires GeoPort Telecom Ada] iter). 

• Enhanced system software. This computer runs version 

7,5.3 of the Mac OS, which takes greater advantage of the perfor- 
mance of the PowerPC processor to provide improved perfor- 
mance; it also provides greater stability and reliability. 

• Internet access software. The Power Macintosh 7200/120 

makes it easy for customers to take advantage of die wealth of infor- 
mation and communications opportunities offered by the Internet, 
because it comes with all the software needed for Internet access. 

• Energy efficiency. Designed with energy efficiency in mind, the 

Power Macintosh 7200/120 meets the encrgy^TRciency requirements 
for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star rating 
and features an Energy Saver control panel that provides for auto- 
matic shutdown, allowing customers to manage their system's 

energy consumption. 

Prospects 

As the most affordable member of the Power Macintosh desktop 
family, the Power Macintosh 7200/120 is designed to appeal io 
customers who want the high performance of RISC without a high 
price tag. Primary targets are those in small to medium-size busi- 
ness, as well as small-offtce/home-office and borne customers who 
require a powerful desktop computer. 



Power Macintosh 7600/120 



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Specifications 


CPU 


120-MHz PowerPC 601 ; optional 256K 
level 2 cache 


RAM 


8MB or 16MB, expandable to 256MB 


Storage 


• Built-in Apple SuperDrive w floppy disk drive 

• 1.2GB hard disk drive 

• Internal quadruple-speed CD-ROM drive 

• One 3.5-tnch expansion bay 


Expansion 


Three PCI slots 


Networking 


Built-in LocalTalk" 11 and Ethernet 
(10BASE-T/AAUI-15) connectors 


Ports 


Two serial ports, internal/external SCSI port, ADB 
port, monitor port, stereo sound-input/output ports 



Product Description 

The Power Macintosh 7600/120 is an even more powerful, flexible 
desktop computer thai offers the feature that more and more cus- 
tomers are looking fori processor upgradabilitv. so their investment 
is protected against obsolescence. It conies with a L20-megahertz 
PowerPC 604 processor placed on a processor card, which can he 
easily swapped out for a card containing a more powerful processor 
as the customer's needs grow. Its high-quality video-input capabil- 
ities and hardware and software support for real-time video make 
the Power Macintosh 7600/120 an easy-to-use, low-cost videocon- 
ferencing solution. The Power Macintosh 7600/120 also includes 
16MB of RAM expandable to 512MB, a L2GB internal hard disk 
drive, and an internal quadruple-speed CD-ROM drive, for expan- 
sion and connectivity, it provides a 3.5-inch internal expansion bay 
for an additional storage device, three PCI expansion slots (which 
can accommodate either PC Compatibility Card), built-in Ethernet 
networking ports (10BASE-T and MI H-15), high-speed internal and 
external SCSI buses, two high-speed GeoPort-Compatible serial 
ports, an ADB port, video-input ports (composite and S-video), 
a digital audio/video (DAV) connector, audio line input/output 
pons, and Id-bit stereo sound-input/output ports. It comes 
equipped with 2MB of on-board video RAM, expandable to 4MB, 
so ii can display up to 24-bit color at 1,152- by 870-pixel resolution, 
This computer runs version 7.5.5 of the Mac OS, which features a 
number of performance enhancements, as well as improved reliabil- 
ity, and it comes with all the software required for Internet access. 

Positioning 

A powerful, flexible Power Macintosh computer that offers high 
performance today and preserves users' investments in the future. 
In particular, this system's combination of PowerPC performance 
and built-in hardware and software support for videoconferencing 
make it appropriate for business use. And its PCI expansion capa- 
bilities and processor upgradability make it a no-risk purchase for 
customers who want to be able to opt for even more advanced 
functionality and higher performance in the future. 

Key Selling Points 

• High performance. The Power Macintosh 7600/120 features 
the performance of the RISC-based PowerPC 604 processor, 
running at 120 megahertz, which gives customers the power to 
handle complex tasks easily. All configurations include a 256K 
level 2 cache. 



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• Processor upgrad ability. Because of its advanced modular 

design, customers can choose to upgrade the Power Macintosh 
7600/120 to a faster processor (up to 200 megahertz) as their 
performance needs increase— making this system a sale investment 
for customers looking to the Inn ire, 

• Advanced multimedia support. The PowerMacintosh 

7000/120 is designed to support videoconferencing. It features 
real-time video playthrough, video input, composite video and 
S-video, a DAV connector, and QuickTime® Conferencing soft- 
ware, as well as a new, easier-to-use vklcu and sound mm ml 
panel, With the simple addition of a camera, the 7600/120 is 
vidriHuiifrivnciin; ready. It also includes Avid VidcoShop 
soil ware, lor easy video editing. 

• Expandability. With its three PCI .slots, the Power Macintosh 
7600/120 ran he expanded in any number of ways— for example 

by adding a PC Compatibility (lard, a graphics accelerator card, or 
a high-speed networking card— letting customers customize their 
systems to suit their needs, 

• Networking and connectivity. The Power Macintosh 
7600/120 comes with two high-speed CJeoPort-compatihle serial 
ports and built-in Ethernet (lOBASE-Tand AAUI-15). It also fea- 
tures Open Transport software, which makes it easy to configure 
the system for networking; and GeoPori fax and telephony soft- 
ware, which provides a high-fidelity, full-duplex spcakerphone 
and digital answering machine, as well as flexible computer-based 
fax capabilities (requires Geoport Telecom Adapter). 

• Enhanced system software. This computer runs version 
7.5,3 of the Mac OS, which takes greater advantage of the 
performance of the PowerPC process >r to provide improved 
performance; it also provides greater stability and reliability. 

• Internet access software. The Power Macintosh 7600/120 
makes it easy for customers to take advantage of the wealth of infor- 
mation and communications opportunities offered by the Internet, 
because it comes with all the software needed for Internet access. 

Prospects 

The Power Macintosh 7600/120 is a powerful, expandable computer 
that makes advanced multimedia features more affordable than 
previously. Primary targets are those in medium-size to large busi- 
ness and small-office/liome-offtce customers— in particular, those 
who are interested in videoconferencing. It is also a safe investment, 
because its processor upgradability lets it keep pace with improve- 
ments in processor technology, In addition, current users of DOS 
and Windows software-based computers may be attracted to this 
computer's combination of advanced functionality and affordability. 



Specifications 


CPU 


120-MHz PowerPC 604; 256K level 2 cache 


HAM 


16MB, expandable to 512MB 


Storage 


• Built-in Appte SuperDrive floppy disk drive 

• 1.2GB hard disk drive 

• Internal quadruple-speed CD-ROM drive 

• One 3,5-inch expansion bay 


Expansion 


• Three PCI slots 

• Processor upgradability (up to 200 MHz) 


Networking 


Buitt-in LocalTalk and Ethernet 
(10BASE-T/AAUI-15) connectors 


Ports 


Two serial ports, internal and externa) SCSI ports, 
ADB port, monitor port, video-input ports, stereo 
sound-input/oulput ports, audio line input/output 
ports, DAV connector 



tower Macintosh 8500A32 
and 8500/150 




Product Description 

The PowerMacintosh 8500/132 and 
8500/150 are powerful desktop systems 
■ iptimized for publishing, media authoring and other multimedia- 
related efforts, and a variety of technical tasks. They come with a 
132- or 150-megahcrtz PowerPC 604 processor (upgradable through a 
simple processor card swap), 10MB of RAM expandable to 512MB, a 
1.2GB or 2GB internal hard disk drive, and an internal quadruple- 
si teed CD-ROM drive. With their full complement of video fea- 
tures—including near-broadcast-quality yideo-in and video-out— 
and their 132- or ISO-megahertz PowerPC 604 processor, the Power 
Macintosh 8500 series systems have the power to handle any 
media. For expansion and connectivity, they provide a 3.5-inch 
internal expansion bay for an additional storage device, three PCI 
expansion slots (which can accommodate either PC Compatibility 
Card), built-in Etherael networking ports (10BASE-T and AAUI-15), 
high-speed internal and external SCSI buses, two high-speed 
GeoPort-eompatible serial ports, an ADB port, video-input/output 
ports (composite and S-vicleo), a DAV connector, audio line input/ 
output ports, and 16-bit stereo sound-input/output ports. They 
come equipped with 2MB of on-board video RAM, expandable to 
4MB, so they can display up to 24-bit color at 1,152- by 870-pixel 
resolution, These computers run version 7,5.3 of the Mac OS, 
which features a number of performance enhancements, as well 
as improved reliability, and they come with all the software 
required for Internet access. 



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Positioning 

Thi i Power Macintosh 8500/132 and BSiiu/lso are feature rich 
systems thai enableyou to integrate multiple media \nt lud 
ing video, 3-D images, and sound— as easily as you now work 
wiih icxi. The fully ink^raicd, advanced multimedia and 
communications features of the Power Macintosh 8500 series 
systems should appeal to those who work with media, as well 
as to technical users and developers. And, like the Power 
M;n intosh 7600/120, the Power Macintosh 8500 computers 
offer PCI expansion capabilities and processor upgradability, 
making them a no-risk purchase for customers who want to 
be able to opi for more advanced functionality and higher 
performance in the future, 



Key Selling Points 

• High performance. The PowerMacintosh 8500/152 and 
8500/150 feature the performance of the RISC-based PowerPC 
()0-i pi'i cesser, running ai 132 or BO megahertz, which gives 
customers the power to handle complex tasks involving 
multiple media. 

• Comprehensive support for advanced multimedia. 

The Power Macintosh 8500/132 anil 8500/150 offer compre- 
hensive video support, including ncar-broadcast-quality 24-bit 
video-in (composite and S-video) and video-out. a DAV con- 
nector, Quicklime Conferencing software, Avici VideoShop 
software, QuickDraw'" 3D software, and a new, easier-to-use 
video and sound control panel, 

• Processor upgradability. Because of the advanced mod- 
ular design of these systems, customers can choose to upgrade 
the P( iwer Macintosh 8500 series computers to a faster pr< i- 
cessor (Up to 200 megahertz) as their performance needs 

increase— snaking these systems a safe investment lor cush lin- 
ers looking to the future. 

• Expandability. With their three PCI slots, the Power 
Macintosh 8500 series systems can be expanded in any 

number of ways— for example, by adding a PC Compatibility 
Card, ;i graphics accelerator card, or a Fast SCSI card— letting 
customers customize their systems to suit their needs. 

• Networking and connectivity. The PowerMacintosh 
8500/132 and 8500/150 come with two high-speed serial ports 
and built-in Ethernet (10BASE-T and AAUI-15). They also fea- 
ture Open Transport software, which makes it easy to config- 
ure the systems for networking; and Geo Port rax and telephony 
software, which provides a high-fidelity, full-duplex speaker- 
phone and digital answering machine, as well as flexible com- 
puter-based fax capabilities (requires GeoPort Telecom Adapter). 



• Enhanced system software. This computer runs version 
7.5.3 of the m.i* ( >S, which takes greater advantage of the 
performance of the PowerPC processor to provide improved 
performance; il also provides greater stability and reliability. 

• Internet access software. The Power Macintosh 8500/ 132 
and 8500/150 make ii easy lor customers to take ;ulv;ini;igeof 
i he wealth of infoi'maiion and communications opportunities 
offered by the Internet, because they come with all the 
software needed for Internet access. 



Prospects 

The Power Macintosh 8500 series systems are extremely power 
lul. lull featured computers with a feature set that's optimized 
for media/video ant horing. Primary hirget markets include in- 
house publishing, media authoring, and technical markets, 



Specifications 


CPU 


132- or 150-MHz PowerPC 604; 
256K level 2 cache 


RAM 


16MB, expandable to 512MB 


Storage 


• Built-in Apple SuperDrive floppy disk drive 

• 1,2GB or 2GB hard disk drive 

• Internal quadruple-speed CD-ROM drive 
■ One 3.5-inch expansion bay 


Expansion 


• Three PCI slots 

• Processor upgradability (up to 200 MHz) 


Networking 


Built-in LocalTalk and Ethernet 
{1 OBASE-T/AAUI-1 5) connectors 


Ports 


Two seria! ports, internal and external SCSI 
ports, ADB port, monitor port, video-input/output 
ports, stereo sound-input/output ports, audio 
line input/output ports, DAV connector 




PowerMacintosh 9500/1 SO 

Product Description 

The Power Macintosh 9500/150 Is Apple's 
mosi powerful, flexible, expandable desk- 
top computer systems-ideal for publishers, 
engineers, and multimedia professionals who require the 
utmost in performance and configurability. It comes with a 
L50-megahertz PowerPC 604 processor (upgradable through a 
sun] ile | m icesst >r card .swap), 16MB or 32MB of RAM expand- 
able to 768MB, a 2GB internal hard disk drive, and an internal 
quadruple-speed CD-ROM drive. For expansion and connectiv- 
ity, ii provides two 3.5-inch Interna! expansion bays for addi- 
tional storage devices, six PC] expansion slots (which can 
accommodate either PC Compatibility Card), built-in Ethernet 
networking ports (lOBASE-Tand AAUM5), high-speed internal 
and external SCSI buses, two high-speed GeoPort-compatible 
serial ports, an ADB port, and lo-bit stereo sound-input/output 
pons, Most Power Macintosh 9500/150 computers conn 1 con- 
figured with a graphics accelerator card that provides 2MB i >f 
video RAM, expandable to 4MB, so they can display up to 24-bii 
ci ill >r at LI 52- by 870-pixel resolution, This computer runs 
version 7,5.3 ! ff the Mac OS, which features a number of 
performance enhancements, as well as improved reliability, 
and it comes with all the software required for Internet access. 

Positioning 

The Power Macintosh 9500/150 is the most flexible, expand- 
able Power Macintosh computer available. Offering the utmost 
in performance and configurability, this computer is ideal for 
publishing, multimedia, and technical work, And because many 
people in these fields work in raultivendor environments i >r 
with colleagues who may use other types of computers, they 
v. ill particularly appreciate the fact thai the PowerMacintosh 
9500/150 can be easily configured to run MS-DOS and Windi >ws 
(by installing a PC Compatibility Card), 



• Expand ability. With its six PCI slots, the PowerMacintosh 
9500/150 can be expanded in any number of ways— for example, 
by adding a PC Compatibility Card, a graphics accelerator < ard 
(this system requires a graphics card for video support, and 
most configurations in< lude cue], a broadcast-quality video- 
editing card, a disk array card, or a Fast SCSI card letting 
customers customize their systems to suit theii needs. 

• Networking and connectivity. The Power Macintosh 
9500/150 comes with two high-speed serial ports anil built-in 
Ethernet ( lOBASE-Tand AAUI-15), it also features Open 
Transport Software, which makes it easy to configure the sys- 
tem for networking; and GeoPort fax and telephony software, 
which provides a high-fidelity, full-duplex speakcrphone and 
digital answering machine, as well as flexible computer-based 
fax capabilities (requires GeoPort Telecom Adapter), 

• Hnhancctl system software. This computer runs version 

7.5o of the 1 Mac OS, which lakes greater advantage ol die 
performance nflhe PowerPC processor to provide improved 
performance; it also provides greater stability and reliability. 

• Internet access software. The Power Macintosh 9500/150 
makes ii easy forcustomers to take advantage of the wealth of 
information and communications opportunities offered by the 
Internet, because it comes with all the software needed for 
Internet access. 

Prospects 

With its blend of high performance and unparalleled 
expandability, the Power Macintosh 9500/150 is designed to 
meet the needs of high-end users— people who demand the 
most powerful, capable computer technology available. It 
should be particularly popular with those in publishing, 
including multimedia workers who can configure it for 
broadcast-quality video editing. Other target customers 
include Macintosh" developers, users in technical fields such 
as drafting and technical document production, and scientific 
users, who need multiple slots to accommodate their data 
acquisition equipment. 



Key Selling Points 

* High performance. The PowerMacintosh 9500/150 
features the performance of the RISC-based PowerPC 604 pro- 
cessor, running at 150 megahertz, which gives customers the 
power to handle even the most computation-intensive tasks. 

• Processor upgradability. Because of its advanced 
modular design, customers can choose to upgrade the Power 
Macintosh 9500/150 to a faster processor (up to 200 megahertz) 
as their performance needs increase— making this system a safe 
investment forcustomers looking to the future. 



Specifications 


CPU 


150-MHz PowerPC 604; 51 2K level 2 cache 


RAM 


1 6MB or 32MB, expandable to 768MB 


Storage 


• Built-in Apple SuperDrive floppy disk drive 

• 2GB hard disk drive 

• Internal quadruple-speed CD-ROM drive 

• Two 3.5-inch expansion bays 


Expansion 


» Six PCI slots 

• Processor upgradability (up to 200 MHz) 


Networking 


Built-in LocalTalk and Ethernet 
(10BASE-T/AAUI-15) connectors 


Ports 


Two serial ports, internal and external SCSI 
ports, ADB port, monitor port, stereo sound- 
input/output ports 



Q&A 

How docs "processor upgradability" work? 

The processors in all of the current Power Macintosh models 
(with the exception of the Power Macintosh 720,0/120) arc housed 
on a processor card, which ran he easily replaced with a card 
containing a higher-performance processor [up to 200 megahertz) 
as these processors become available. In keeping with Apple's 
plug-and-play approach, the computer will automatically recog- 
nize i lie new processor. This means thai users can buy these 
systems now and easily upgrade their performance in the future. 

What are the PC Compatibility Cards fh m \pple? 

Apple has developed user-Installable cards thai let users give their 
Power Macintosh systems functionality equivalent to thai of a PC 
compatible. There are two PC Compatibility Cards: one with a 586 

IOC-megahertz processor and the other with a Pentium 100- 
megahertz processor— and they both come with MS-I )( )S 6.22, 
Willi either of il ie.se cards installed, Power Macintosh computers 
have the ability to run not only applications written for the Mac OS 
and MS-DOS6.2, but also (with additional software) applications 
written for Windows .11, Windows for Workgroups 3 J b and 
Windows 95, making these systems the most compatible main- 
stream desktop computers available today. 

What features are included in the Apple Internet Conner tion Kit? 

The Apple Internet Connection Kit, included with all new Power 
Macintosh computers, is an integrated collection of Apple and 
third-party software that allows users to connect directly lo the 
internet quickly and easily. The kit gives users out-of-the-box 
access to a choice of Internet service providers (ISPs), establishes 
ISP accounts on-line, automatically configures all required system 
settings, and provides a suite of fully licensed, "best of class" 
applications for web browsing, e-mail, FTP file transfer, and 
participation in Usenet discussions. 

The Apple Internet Connection Kit features the following software 
components, which offer easy access to the Internet: 

• Netscape Navigator" 1 — the industry standard web browser 

• Claris Pmailer™ Lite— a powerful and easy-to-use e-mail 
management tool that allows users to send and receive Internet, 
e-mail messages via an intuitive drag-and-drop interface 

• Apple Internet Dialer— a tool for selecting Internet service from 
a choice of many different qualified Internet service providers 

• Apple Guide— helps users learn more about the Internet and 

provides on-screen help lo guide users through the live primary 

applications included in the kit 



What are the improvements in the new version of the Mac OS- 
Macintosh System 7S "■"' 

Macintosh System 7.5.5 includes a number of new key features 
thai improve system reliability and performance, With this new 
version, Apple has delivered many enhancements requested by 
both Apple developers and customers. Most notable is the 
improved performance Power m,i< intosh users will encounter. 
System 7.5.3 includes mure PowerPC native code wilh virtual 
memory on, users will notice improvements in the transfer of 
small files and in application launch limes. In addition, many new 
revisions of Mac OS technologies are included with System 7.5.3: 
Open Transport, QuickDraw 3D, QuickDraw OX, QuickTime, and 
many more. 



Additional Information 



Data Sheds 




PowerMacintosh 7200/120 


10 107 IB 


Power Macintosh 7600/120 


1.0 10721} 


Power Macintosh 8500/132 and 8500/150 


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Power Macintosh 9500/150 


L01068B 


Power Macintosh 7200/100 PC Compatible 


L01756A 


PC Compatibility Cards 


IJ0I7SBA 


Power Macintosh Logic Board Upgrades 
and Processor Upgrade Card 


IX)0W)4A 


Other Documents 


PC Compatibility Product Update 


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